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pinkerfloyd wrote:I just got the PowerScore Logic Games Bible and Logical Reasoning Bible.
Which should I start on first?
LG first in my opinion.
That's what I did, and I think the concepts are introduced in a more simplified way in the LGB (such as sufficient and necessary conditions), and are used in a bit more complicated way in the LRB, so it would be helpful to learn the basics in the LGB before advancing to the LRB.
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LGB might seem like the best one to start out with...but I found that if you can master the LR stuff first, LG comes more easily. At this point though, I'd say attack whichever one is your weakest section...and dont slack.
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Go logic games first. The conditional logic will be more straight forward in the logic games section and will help you when you encounter it in the more confusing language of the logical reasoning section. That said, if you're going for the June LSAT, you better get started right away. There's a lot to cover in those books and I'd say the majority of students who I work with don't fully appreciate how great those books are. They explain much more than most people can actually see and/or apply.
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I vote LG first as well... I started off with the LR bible because it's my weakest section, and then did the LG bible. I get -0 on LG now on all the questions I finish, but I'm still -6 to -12 combined on LR. I feel like I didn't really retain too much doing LR first. I may go back over the sections where I'm missing the most questions. If you do the LR bible first, don't just jump into the LG bible right afterward, do a week or two of just LR sections to really cement the stuff.